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and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. we continue domestic politics. now we all sarah palin's nada president shl bid, nothing to see other than this gumbo rally. who the hell knows what this thing is road trip. people wonder what is it about sarah palin? why so divisive. on friday she was at a bakery in boston and offered up her version of the famous midnight ride of paul revere a major landmark of which she had just visited. >> he who warned us the british, that they weren't going to be taking away our arms by ringing those bells and making sure that he's riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be secure and we were going to be free. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: i don't know what she just said but she appears to have taken a well known historical event and turned it into a folksy tale. there was enough adjacent things. who really actually cares? this is the part that drives people a little bonkers. >> you realize you messed up about paul revere, don't you? >> you know what, i didn't mess up about paul revere. >> jon: right there. that's the
, because it is inconsequence shl. >> reporte that was john boehner you were talking about. >> i think the party and party leadership, i think they've gotten the message loud and clear and they stepping up to the plate. >> reporter: feared or not, huntsman is a long shot. you think you can win? >> of course. >> reporter: 1%, you got a long ways to go. >> i like your chances. >> reporter: huntsman is beginning his campaign with a sprint. over the next week, he will make 18 stops in 15 different cities. he has a lot of ground to make up, diane, and he knows it. >> reporter: all right, jon, thanks to you. and huntsman will be on "good morning america" tomorrow. >>> half a world away, tonight, the first lady and her daughters transformed a school in south africa into a cat in the hat's poet's corner. >> to cold to play ball, so we sat in the house, we did nothing at all. so all we could do was sit, sit, sit, sit, and we did not like it, not one little bit. no, no, make that cat go away. tell the cat and the hat you do not want to play. >> i can hold a red fan. i can fan with the fan as i h
advantage online because you can do content marketing. what they are starting to do is experiment shl marketing. can they take the ambassadors and have them set up their own events and parties so it grows and grows and then they have a place now the real world that they own. >> one of the things they are doing is a party in a box, that party they have with a kit you can do it yourself. >> well, when they started out, a lot of offline events were done to get people interested in selling on e-bay. it was very effective for them. they can't do it all themselves. they also could get sponsored. has thousands of parties each year for companies, they do parties, for example, for tv launches and could tie into those and add the skinny scoop tough to the parties and get that skinny scoop audience in. it could be an interesting tie-in to do that. >> how important is it, though, if you are the kind of company where you are not actually in front, so you are not a retail store, but how important is it for people to know you? you know, it is certainly a trend. you get e-mail news lit
salon. yes, we can. even if something isn't available shl i'm sorry i don't have that option available, but i have option a and option b. >> part of what's next is renewed focus on getting clients to come back. some customers now get a courtesy call after their visit. >> that's an opportunity again for them to say, you know, the hair needs more off the left side. my color needs more blonde. we'll correct that at no cost at all. >> also to customers, a helping hand when times get tough. he understanderson tells the story of a client with cancer who had her haircut off and was worried to go home to her son. >> i get my business partner and say can you take your afternoon and take this client and get something. he did. he dropped everything. put her in the car, and went basically wig shopping just another example of the level of customer care that we give. it's unparalleled, i think. >> it may sound a bit unorthodox in the end it's all part of the plan. >> we get it it's all about them. it's not about us, it's about them and their comfort. >> the client and the needs will change, the goal
was a little too slick. i think he is slick like a trial liar too. but that's just a prej shl judgment that i admit up front. this is like someone who has been out of office, get them while they're down, hit them with campaigning funding law that no one ever heard of before and this looks like revenge against somebody that lost the election. >> sea hold over from the bush administration. the head of the criminal division out front on this saturday is lanny brewer. former lawyer for president clinton and long time democrat. this is bipartisan involved. >> you know what president's view is towards edwards or what he ran against? >> i certainly don't. >> no bad blood there? >> i don't think so. from the perspective of edwards himself, would he be use this as an opportunity to try to clear his name and the process of trying to rehabilitate himself in the aftermath of anything. whether or not this case may end up doing that. he may win legally. >> can you report what the plea bargain offer was? was he offered something hort of jail time? >> nondisbarment. i heard he was fighting for his law licens
.c. area lives in northern virginia with his wife and two children. please lrgis welcome may day shl made to welcome mr. philip terzian. [applause] >> good morning. i am honored and delighted to be here.os at the roosevelt reading festival i don't live around here so i don't get to visit
. viewers of this program have always known that sarah palin is the most recent losing vermont shl candidate who will never be president and who will never run for president. she will never run because she knows better than anyone how ill equipped she is to handle a campaign or actually president. she knows how abjectly ignorant she is in the same way that i know i know nothing about astronomy. nothing. i can't find the big dipper or the little dipper or anything other than the moon. nothing. you know how you lie on your back and your sleeping bag and you stare at the sigh and someone starts pointing, i never see it. i just see stars. that's all i see up there. stars. every one of them indistinguishable. they're like snowflakes to me. that's what american history is like to sara palin. just a whole bunch of nothing she understands or knows anything about. remember, her answer about paul revere was not given 4600 miles away in alaska, it was given in paul revere's hometown where she had just learned about paul revere. she ovenly has a zero comprehension rate about american history and a zero
the grand jury indicted him on six counts of violating campaign finance laws during the 2008 shl campaign. edwards could now face up to 30 years in prison if convicted. joining me tonight a friend to both john and elizabeth. and god father to edwards' youngest son, jack. glen, it's nice to have you here tonight. i want to find out first and foremost which is the impact of the indictment on the edwards' family at this point? they had to have the hindsight that this was coming down at them. >> i guess so. you're talking about young kids. and young kids have things to do. emma's going to camp. jack's finishing up the basketball season. john's doing the best he can to make sure in the face of one unbelievable set back after another that the kids still have a childhood. >> we understand with emma and jack 12 and 10 sure he wants to protect them from this. his older daughter kate was standing behind him at this press conference today. how have you observed kate's family role change since the passing of elizabeth? >> kate's got to do a lot of what elizabeth was doing and help john to raise her b
to difficult shl in ways of color. we saw tim pawlenty go bowling last night. that aides some character and depth. we're going to get away from policy. i think some of the candidates tonight aside from talking about the economy and attacking president obama, they're going to try to really craft their character to present to the american people. >> talking about pawlenty there, dan. let's listen to what he said. >> president obama said that he designed obama care after romney care. basically made it bamney care. we have essentially the same features. >> karen, they're now moving away from obama look at each other and have to dif isht themselves. >> romney has to walk a fine line, his tactic is clearly to be presidential, appear presidential. he's going to try to deflect as much as possible from the other candidates on the stage tonight and really go after make his argument about president obama on jobs in the economy. we see that in a web video that his campaign put out today. you saw the dnc put out a counter on some of the romney record on the economy. now the other candidates they're
shl golfers. his handicap, 17. president obama, of course, swings left. john boehner has an impressive 7.9 handicap. the speaker, as you know, swings right. the last time most people saw rory mcilroy he had a hideous final round at the masters. forget about it because mcilroy was masterful at the u.s. open's opening round and that is what cnn's patrick snell is following today. what do you think? he is keeping up the momentum? >> reporter: talk about a comeback, kyra. fantastic stuff from the 22-year-old from hollywood, northern ireland, producing a blockbuster of an opening round shooting a sizzling 65, 6 below par. he is already on the course to my left here and a short time ago he was at 7 under par is he is putting that masters misery behind him. he went out and shot 08 on the final day and blew a four-shot lead and the green jacket promptly went to a close and fear rival. let's say schwarz will benefit from this. mcilroy recently taking a trip to haiti and he has been talking about that really has kind of restored him and given him a fresh sense of perspective. he saw things there
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